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have been, i think any -- of over 200 in nevada, we have been -- and harry reid is trailing by 10 and 15 points against all of his republican opponents. [applause] as park pointed out we expanded our target list after the vote on obama care. stupak quit. we were saying we're going to take back america in november of 2010 and i think we may take back america before at the rate we are going. [applause] so that brings us here. we have to expand our target list. we have to get a few more on the list. as amy pointed out, it is a combination of worrying our friends and punishing our enemies. one thing that is so important to do, as someone who got their political career started and working for an old actor in california back in 1966 when he eventually became president in 1980 it wasn't just republicans that allowed us to get the tax cuts in and our success. their district or states are clearly conservative on the economic issues we have on the bus yet they can continue to defy the wishes of the voters. we have expanded our target lists from three to eight. we have added blanch lincoln i
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harry reid. we press him about the so-called cornhusker kickback. >> i know that fox loves to be rate anything that is democratic in nature. let me say ben nelson is an honorable man. really a good senator he represent sents his state well. ben nelson and i worked on a number of issues. we of course worked on the medicaid issue, former governor of the state he understands it very well. i knew if i this for nebraska, by the time the legislation out of senate, i would have it for everybody. that's what happened. and i'm totally comfortable with that. >> greta: in interview does get fiery you will see it minutes from now. plus, tiger woods is talking. this time taking questions from reporters. >> when i realized what i had done the full magnitude of it, it is pretty brutal. i take full responsibility for what i've done. i'll take that lightly -- i don't take that lightly. >> greta: karl rove and president obama teaming up to work to hear that right. karl rove in his own words coming up. >> greta: live in las vegas at caesar's palace breaking news in the night over health care. president
three happens to have a big group on the state as well. senator harry reid. we kicked off the store in nevada -- of turin in nevada. -- and we kicked off the tour in nevada. there were as many as 35,000 people at that town. we did more in terms of economic stimulus in one day than harry reid host of his attire existence on this earth -- has done his entire existence on this earth. even though the lady was a harry reid support her, she was giddy with joy. one of our tricks is we are rove this -- ar e rogues. we are ethnically diverse. there are 35 people on our staff. here religiously diverse. we are even politically diverse. beyond the constitution, the narrower the issue, the more of a fight you're going to get, and that is what we are fighting to protect -- the decision that allows us to be the first, the projects are right to be diverse and to argue our -- to be the verse and the projects are right to be diverse and argue our point. america is a grand experience. the only one of its kind in human history were the entire nation is created on a premise that only legitimate reason f
, and said that he has instructed harry reid and nancy pelosi to put together a plan for black america -- >> but for the healthcare bill? he is very ambitious. and that happens to be the answer to your question. no, partly because it would divide rather than bring people together, but mostly because that is not the barack obama is. anyone surprised now that barack obama is not going around with his fist in the air is not paying attention. at no point in his career -- he is a man to a very thoughtful, aggressive, internal search of who he was in no way -- to identify as an african-american man. some people ask me why i do not call him by racial. and i say, well, he calls himself black. that is to he is. but that said, he is not someone who is aoutlin outlier by race. he and other leaders are not those to identify primarily by race. they believe -- and i am not saying this is right or wrong -- if i get a health care bill passed, and african americans suffered disproportionately from lack of health care, who is going to benefit? if i begin a program against childhood obesity, and i know t
on television tomorrow and said, you know what? i have instructed senator harry reid and nancy pelosi to meet, we will put together a plan for black america. >> and with the health care vote. [laughter] >> no, he cannot. that is the answer to your question. partly because it would divide rather than bring to take -- rather than bring people together, but that is mostly because that is not who barack obama is. he is a man who made a very thoughtful, aggressive internal search of who he was in a way most of us never have to, to decide and identify as being an african-american man. i have heard people say, why don't we call him biracial? i say, he calls himself black. why would you want to identify as black? that is who he is, but he has never been someone who is an outline on matters of race. -- who is an outlier on matters of race. leaders are not those to identify primarily by race. they believe -- and i am not saying this is right or wrong -- if i get a health care bill passed, and african americans suffered disproportionately from lack of health care, who is going to benefit? if i begin a
to a rally in harry reid's hometown of searchlight, nevada. supporters lined the streets throwing eggs at tea party buses as they passed and some intentionally redirected them in the wrong direction. journalist andrew brightbart was there and watched it all go down. >> you are throwing els. that's not nice. you are throwing eggs. that's not nice. >> get him out of here or i'm going to jail today. >> what did you just say? >> i said i love you! >> you are going to jail if i don't get out of here? i haven't said anything provocative. i haven't said one thing provocative. >> it's over! it's over! >> i'm standing here -- [ inaudible ] they want to be violent against me. >> joining me with more on this the man himself founder and publisher of big government.com, and true thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> set out what happened. you go and stand on the sidewalk in the middle, a saoufpl harry reid supporters and -- i assume in the middle of harry reid and union activists what happened? >> i thought arrived where the event was, there was a guy holding up a sign that said searchl
where one of the big three happens to have a grip on that state as well. senator harry reid. we kicked off this tour in nevada, a town of 500 people, and some estimates that you were there -- well -- [applause] according to some accounts there was as many as 35,000 people at that town of 500. we did more in terms of economic stimulus in one day than harry reid has done his entire existence on this earth. even though the lady who owns a coffee shop, she was absolutely giddy with joy. we have a very aggressive media campaign. one thing -- one of our trips is, we're all -- we're rogues. we're misfit toys, we are a broad background of america, we're a broad cross-section. we're ethnically diverse. we're religiously diverse. we're even politically diverse. beyond the constitution, if you engage any of us in conversation over narrow issues, the narrower the issue the more of a fight you are going to get. that's what we're fighting to protect, the system and the nation that allows us to be diverse, that protects our right to be diverse and protects our right to argue our point as passionately
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answers directly from senate majority leader harry reid. we do lock horns over the so-called cornhusker kickback. the true price of the health care bill and much, much more. that's minutes away. we all do it. but you don't have to. thanks to secret flawless renewal... with odor-absorbing micro capsules that capture... odor and release a fresh scent. it's still working, so you can stop checking. . >> greta: what tiger woods is trying to get at talking to you. getting ready for his big come back. first tiger woods taking questions at a news conference. >> are you still in rehab and what is that rehab for? >> i was in there to take a hard look at myself and i did. i've come out better. certainly a much better person for it than i was going in. does that mean i'm ever going to stop doing that? no. i will still continue with my treatment. >> what was it for? >> that's personal. >> was there a time prior to that you thought you needed therapy? did you ever try to quit whatever it was? >> no, i was not in that frame of mind. >> did ambien play a role in the car crash? were you described by wit
leader harry reid and republican mitch mcconnell? >> you would expect that it would be tense. two years ago, senator harry reid did something that was rather significant, at least in the mind upon mitch mcconnell. at the university of lowell, there is a mitch mcconnell as the -- at the university of louisville, there is a mitch mcconnell center for the study of public policy. an event was held there, and harry reid attended it. senator mcconnell never forgot that. even though things get a little testy between them on the floor, beneath it all, there is a sense that they are brothers in this battle. there is a time when you draw the line and say, i am not going to cross that line, because if a if i do, the opportunity for its ability and -- for its ability -- for civility is in jeopardy. sometimes a the tide washes pretty close to that line, but it is the glue that keeps things going.
in nevada republicans are gunning for senate majority leader harry reid's senate seat. the two front-runners for the republican nomination are here. one says she never shot a moose. what does that mean? back in two. >> greta: congratulations you are paying to keep salamanders safe in the state of vermont. the town won a $150,000 grant to build a path for reptiles and small ma'am map -- mammals to safely cross the highway. should we be spending federal money on this at this time? joining us steve moore. i'm no hater of salamanders, right? >> hope you are winning at the blackjack table out there. >> greta: i'm trying. what is going on in vermont? >>> you know the old joke why did the salamander cross the road? to get $150,000 from the federal government. that has what happened with this earmark for this tunnel that will be used so the salamanders can go under the road not over the road. 100 get squished every night cars. the real question, is this a good use of federal money? many people even in vermont think it is rather absurd. salamander are not an endangered species we are not runn
if republicans think that harry reid is just bringing up the immigration bill for political purposes. >> reporter: in his letter, graham went on to decry how, "election year politics" may derail climate legislation altogether. democrats focus on a topic that resonates well for them with an important growing voting bloc, latinos. key hispanic leaders are spending the white house a clear message. speaking at opposition rallies in arizona this weekend, democratic congressman raul grijalda said -- >> reporter: today the white house said there is room to juggle both legislative priorities. >> i think whichever bill has the support it needs to be passed, that is what will move first. but i would say to you, i think, i think we can make progress on more than one issue. >> reporter: sources tell fox news that graham is out on climate legislation if immigration is handled first. fox also confirms that graham will meet tonight with kerry and lieberman as they hope to salvage the intricate piece of climate legislation they say has the broadest support of any energy measure to reach the senate. but there is
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, first amendment expert, thanks for being our guests this morning. >> thank you. >> senator harry reid, he's from nevada and says americans now love the health care reform bill. really? >> now that the legislation passed, it's amazing how much different people's attitudes is. traveling on an airplane, people are so nice to me. >> wow, and he didn't stop there. and the group of a.t.v. riders fall off a 700 foot cliff and survive. that amazing story coming up. plus here is one dedicated delivery guy. he gets attacked by two men, fights them off and still delivers the pizza in 30 minutes or less. happy birthday to merle haggard, country legend. 73 today. ♪ at the end of the day in sitka, alaska, everyone awaits the return of the fishing boats. ♪ their safe arrival is highly anticipated, ♪ as is something else. a shipment of natural sea salt from cargill, essential for preserving the catch. we deliver the salt on precise schedules... and ship it efficiently all along the alaskan coast; saving the fishermen money, and their catch. this is how cargill works with customers. [ female a
or democratic voters. and their number one target appears to be senate majority leader harry reid. reid was critical to the president's success in passing health care reform. here is what the president said when asked about the tea party. >> there's a part of the tea party movement that actually did exist before i was elected. we saw some of it leading up to my election. there's still going to be a group at their core that questioned my legitimacy, or questioned the democratic party generally or questioned people who they consider to be against them in some way. and that group we're probably not going to convince. >> let's bring in bill press nationally syndicated liberal talk show radio host and writing a book about right wing radio to be out in may. pat buchanan is an msnbc political analyst and former presidential candidate. gentlemen, good to have you with us this afternoon. let's talk about harry reid. pat, you tell the truth. i know you got your good money on harry reid on this one don't you? >> now look. nevada is in tough shape. you know that sub prime mortgage thing really ramm
by majority leader, harry reid. well, "the washington post" spotlights it in the front page today, and texas senator john cornyn, the man in charge of winning those senate seats for republicans told the "post" quote, i call them the trophy seats. so let's talk about those trophy seats and how they're going to go this fall and is there anything that democrats can do to stop them? let's go to democratic strategist, steve mcmahon and pat buchanan, an msnbc strategist. steve, it looks like they've already starting -- the pins are starting to fall already in favor of the republicans. who would have thought teddy's seat would have gone first? isn't that the first indication that this could be a very good "r" year, republican year? >> it may be. i hope what it was is a wake-up call to democrats that you can't take independent for granted. what i think you're going to see over the next several months is democrats picking issues that appeal especially to independents. so that independents come back in the fold. the president won independents by a 2-1 margin, or almost a 2-1 margin in 2008. republican
people right now, barack obama and sarah palin. harry reid added to it. >>.... >> bill: here now, to the culture warriors. i was going to say something mockingly and i said, no i'm a bigger man than that. here is my question to you. opposite ends of the political spectrum. is it different when a male politician mock as a female politician rather an male mock ago male? do we get into that kind of thing. >> harry reid will never be a stand-up comedian. >> bill: maybe not intentionally. >> and you speak with the northern accent. if you are going to do the joke with you betcha, you need to productive it right. >> i don't think there is any difference between men and women. politics is dirty. now, if you get into skepticism, that is a different issue. >> bill: do you think, that a man can criticize a woman as harshly as the other way around? >> yes, he should be able to do that. i think so. >> bill: but not ex saying that he would be a bully. >> bill: i get nailed. you call them that and why don't you call them by their first name. i don't call anybody by their first name, it the last
for lawmakers. they try to take financial reform senate majority leader harry reid scheduled a vote on monday on's bill heavily criticized by republicans. both sides are trying to come to a compromise. >> reporter: no compromise to announce yet but a key senate democratting a -- saying this weekend that senate negotiatorser -- negotiators are close, 80% to a deal on what would be the biggest change to financial market oversight since the great depression and democrat mark warner said that republicans and democrats will produce, he believes, a compromise and not clear where the weekend negotiations stand and with a monday test looming. president obama used his side radio internet address to make what could be the final public push for the bill and he said the reforms he wants will hold wall street accountable and protect consumers. >> folks will get clearer and more concise information when they make financial decisions. instead of having to worry about the fine print and shareholders and pension holders will have a stronger voice in the boardrooms of the companies where they invest their savings
on the sidewalk in the middle, a saoufpl harry reid supporters and -- i assume in the middle of harry reid and union activists what happened? >> i thought arrived where the event was, there was a guy holding up a sign that said searchlight. as i got out the guy said to me, i'm misdirecting traffic and laughed like he was in a movie or a clown house. i asked why are you redirecting traffic down the wrong highway? a bunch of the harry reid supporters surrounded me and while that happened, as i was is asking him why he was misdirecting traffic, the tea party bus procession started to go down the highway and right then and there as you can see on the video, that group of people started to throw a barrage of eggs. about a dozen eggs were thrown. i found myself in that incident. >> you didn't do anything to provoke anyone, obviously. you have this gentleman, i use the word loosely n the baseball cap, come up and say get this guy out of here or i'm going to jail today. presumably he didn't mean for jaywalking, littering or anything of that nature, wait's threat. >> i'm not a psychologist but they
it over to the senate and harry reid. harry reid can pass a bailout and t.a.r.p., he can certainly do something for the working folks and find the solution for the immigration plan and stop the crisis in the border states. >> leslie mentioned harry reid. he did say he wants to push to it the top of the agenda prior to the midterms. is that just campaign bs? >> i think he has problems back home. he needs a large hispanic turnout in order to hold his senate seat. i don't normally like to project motives on to people, but i think senator reid is thinking about his home state. and i also think there is a sentiment amongst the democrats in congress that this is an important thing to do, even if they fail. the white house disagrees. the white house thinks it's inevitable that it would fail this year. as much as the president cares about the issue, the votes just aren't there. they don't see the point of getting the worse of both worlds, not getting a comprehensive law. >> and he is going to pay a price for that? >> harry reid, i just wrote a column saying adios to harry because he goes back
as they attempted to travel to a rally in harry reid's hometown of searchlight, nevada. supporters lined the streets throwing eggs at tea party buses as they passed and some intentionally redirected them in the wrong direction. journalist andrew brightbart was there and watched it all go down. >> you are throwing els. that's not nice. you are throwing eggs. that's not nice. >> get him out of here or i'm going to jail today. >> what did you just say? >> i said i love you! >> you are going to jail if i don't get out of here? i haven't said anything provocative. i haven't said one thing provocative. >> it's over! it's over! >> i'm standing here -- [ inaudible ] they want to be violent against me. >> joining me with more on this the man himself founder and publisher of big government.com, and true thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> set out what happened. you go and stand on the sidewalk in the middle, a saoufpl harry reid supporters and -- i assume in the middle of harry reid and union activists what happened? >> i thought arrived where the event was, there was a guy holding up a s
on the democratic side. harry reid taking a swipe at sarah palin. while kicking off his own re-election bid in nevada. bob shrum and pat buchanan up next. >>> and hopes are fading in west virginia. you're watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. >> i would ask that the faithful who gathered here this morning, pray for the safe return of the missing. [ crowd cheering ] [ male announcer ] competition... it pushes us to work harder. to be better. to win. but sometimes even rivals realize they share a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ ♪ this one is. ♪ new purefitness from crystal light. ♪ the first crystal light with no artificial sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives. ♪ new purefitness from crystal light. a pure way to water your body. one month, five years after you do retire? ♪ client comes in and they have a box. and inside that box is their financial life. people wake up and realize i better sta
as well. senator harry reid. we kicked off this tour in searchlight, nevada, a town of 500 people. some estimates were -- you were there? congratulations. [applause] we, according to some accounts there were as many as 35,000 people at that town of 500. we did more in terms of economic stimulus in one day -- [laughter] than harry reid has done his entire existence on this earth. even though the lady who owned the 10 cent cup of coffee casino is a reid supporter, she was absolutely giddy with joy. we have a very aggressive media campaign as well. we are -- we're rogues. we're misfit toys. a broad background of america. a broad cross section. we're ethnically diverse and religiously diverse and even politically diverse. if you engage any of us in conversation on narrower issues, the more of a fight you're going to get. that's what we are fighting to protect. the system and the nation that allows us to be diverse that protects our right to be diverse and our right to argue our point as passionately as we possibly can and that's important because all of those cameras in the world and for th
. >> we will make stops this summer with the bold fresh tour. harry reid mocking sarah palin. warriors in a moment. ñ ñ$$$$ >> bill: back of the book segment tonight. the culture warriors, i think it's fair to stay criticize people right now president obama and sarah palin. harry reid added to the palin circus yesterday. >> i was going to give a few remarks on the people who were here a week ago saturday but i couldn't write it all on my hand. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> you betcha. >> bill: here now, the culture warriors fox news analyst margaret hoover and "fox & friends" co-anchor gretchen carlson. i was going to say something mocking reid. no. i'm a bigger man. here is my question. reid mocks palin, palin mocks reid. opposite ends of the spectrum. when a male politician mock as female rather than a male knock a male. >> harry reid will never be a stand up comedian. >> bill: maybe not intentionally. >> i'm from minnesota where we speak with that northern accent. if you are going to do the joke you betcha. you better know how to pronounce you betcha. there is no difference betw
working on it. and senator majority leader harry reid said, no, i'm going to take up immigration reform. what's your reaction to this as a republican? do you want to do immigration reform right now in the senate? >> i was just talking to lindsey graham about this. and no one can challenge his credentials on wanting to do something about immigration, but he is exactly where i am on immigration, that there's no policy that will make any sense or make any difference if we can't control our borders. we've got thousands of mexicans being killed on the border because the federal government will not do its job to control our border and secure our country. >> but do you want to do climate change first -- do you want to do climate change either? >> what i want to do is open up our own energy supplies in this country. and part of what lindsey graham is working on is following through with opening our own natural gas supplies, moving to nuclear generation and away from coal. these things would clean up the air quicker than any of these cap and trade ideas. i'm not sure that lindsey and i agree on
and the new normal is when harry reid joins the unemployment line. and two years from now president obama will be a one-term president. >> all right. so predictable. after that she went on to tell a long world war ii story and told the audience just to keep fighting. then came the main event. sarah palin came back to the state that really made her famous during the 2008 republican national convention. >> while the left was writing obama-care, that bill in secret behind closed doors striking some sweetheart deals, representative michele bachmann, she opened the doors to the people's house. she shed light on what is in that bill. folks, every day as you discover more and more about what is in this bill, the more ticked off you're going to be and the more support for michele you're going to feel. >> yeah. i live in minnesota. at least we try to when we're not working in new york. the people in minnesota are just really ticked off about getting rid of discrimination. like the pre-existing condition. i mean, these are psycho sisters, are they not? the minnesota gop handed out 10,000 free
, bob menendez y harry reid un nuevo proyecto migratorio que resguardaria la frontera y podria iniciar el debate migratorio en washington dc jose angel aguirre univision mientras tanto, el senador republicano lindsey graham que estaba dispuesto a co- patrocinar una legislacion para reformar la ley de inmigracion dijo hoy que es improbable que esa reforma sea considerada en lo que queda del ano..cita otras prioridades, la falta de apoyo en el congreso y la poca voluntad de la administracion obama para llevar adelante la reforma...los republicanos estan pidiendo el envio de tropas de la guardia nacional a la frontera con mexico para protegerse de la violencia del narcotrafico procedente de mexico... ya hay un proyecto de reforma claro para ser presentado en el senado mientras continuan las criticas contra la nueva ley en arizona y al tiempo que los republicanos quieren enviar tropas de la guardia a la frontera....fernando pizarro nos explica... ...senadores democratas desarrollan 1 propuesta de reforma migratoria como reaccion a la ley de arizona. congresistas democrat
fights. >>> a showdown is looming in the senate over financial reform. senate majority leader harry reid scheduled a key test vote on monday that could cast how unified republicans are in opposing the bill could bipartisan talks aimed at hammering out the language are continuing, but harry reid says that it is time to move forward. >> no matter how long you try to delay this, we will never let a crisis like this happen again. >> the administration says it wants to end bailouts. i say to them, approve it. -- prove it. >> if republicans remain united, they could delay the start of a formal debate on the bill. >>> the finding of a new report by economic experts at the health and human services department warned that medicare cuts may be unrealistic and unsustainable. >>> a maryland school is getting funding from the vatican for a cutting edge research in its themselves. the vatican announced it is donating millions of dollars for research into adults themselves did the research is being led by the university of maryland school of -- research into adult stem cells. the research is being led
. >> when you say political ploy, a lot of folks say harry reid who is running in a tough race in nevada he needs to energize the hispanic and latino base there and this is one way to try to do it. >> if you go to the state of nevada, it's one case where his latino community and his organized labor community are in many ways one in the same. a lot of the libber unions are heavily latino influenced. and harry reid needs to do it, and he'll poppycock, i'm not doing it only for the base, but it's time to move on this issue. address you noted on this program, even the president said last night i'm not sure in the tough election year there's a great appetite to cast a whole lot more tough vets. they have a problem getting republicans but much like the health care debate, the biggest problem is there are a number of moderate democrats and conservative republicans what don't want to touch the issue. >> you'll have more coming up on "john king, usa" right at the top of the hour. that's why we love covering politics. >> amen, a great day. >>> a treatment for prostate cancer, how it trains a patient'
to here bachmann say pelosi will of her gavel, very good -- harry reid will joinnemployment line, you can buy t-shirts -- we the people hoodies. what about this team, charles? >> the way michelle is presenting the opposition here, you would think sarah palin -- sarah palin is leader of the opposition in parliament, elected, and a future prime minister. there is paul ryan, john mccain, thune -- i can give you a dozen republicans who speak the conservative point of view and we now twice have had palin and zero anybody else. she is fun, but she is not -- this is a character of liberals who think that -- [crosstalk] >> it is shi'a threat to the republican party? >> she is a celebrity, not a leader of the party. >> issue a threat? asset to democratic party question of >> she may be if she was -- if she does, she will lose. >> wait a minute. let me say a word on behalf of sarah palin, please. gov. palin is an important figure in the republican party -- gov. palin is an important figure in the republican party to the extent that john mccain, john mccain had to call her into his campaign to help
that point because harry reid has the power to call for the vote and he'll do that again and again. >> and ron insana, what about the market reaction? >> absolutely, you're right, what happened today was a standard & poor's, one of the ratings agencies whose skill in determining the credit quality has been called into question today, downgraded greece's sovereign debt to junk status and downgraded the debt of portugal as well. this is spreading fears that the debt may spread to other weak countries, so as a consequence, stocks have sold off. money's going into u.s. bonds despite the size of our deficit and going into the u.s. dollar as a hedge against what many perceive as a weak european fiscal climate. >> three of the very best, thank you very much for being with us to sort through this. >>> up next, the co-chairs of president obama's commission. alan simpson and former white house chief of staff. the bipartisan commission which sat down for the first time today. and then, janet napolitano on arizona's controversial new law against illegal immigration. send me your thoughts. you
-up. arkansas, blanche lincoln doomed herself by voting for the health care bill. nevada -- where harry reid's days are numbered. if republicans can pull through in some of the closer races in illinois, wisconsin and maybe take dunbar bra boxer struggling in california or specter in pennsylvania the senate will be back in gop hands. the house of representatives is a sea of vulnerable democrats, republicans need to pick up 39 seats to take control. to put things in perspective gop picked up 54 seats in 1994. can it be done? dick morris says there's the 37 democrats gop should defeat in november. several made themselves vulnerable by voting for health care. dick morris outlines all this in his new book out tomorrow 2010, take america back. let's go through the senate quickly. >> you have four open seats that we will clearly win. delaware, indiana, north dakota and illinois kirk is now five or six ahead of began poe -- gianacaci mired with his family bank. then you have four incumbents that are the walking dead. specter in pennsylvania eight points behind. reid in nevada behind all three. linco
: the senators -- senators branch lincoln, harry reid, he's the very important one and arlen specter. >> i think those are -- at least two out of three they a pretty good shot. >> greta: who? >> [ talking over each other ] blanche lincoln is in trouble. the ground has shifted beneath her feet arkansas is a complicated state, i used to work at the newspaper there. right now it is not a -- >> greta: harry reid is way behind. i predict once he gets throughout primary in june has so much more money and i think he's going to win in november. >> tough person. i would say -- >> greta: i didn't think that before. >> he's a mean guy. >> greta: mean? >> yeah, i do think harry reid is mass >> greta: i don't know about that he may be tough. >> i've had my experiences with harry reid. >> greta: you are on your own with that one. one of the other people they have targeted is barney frank from massachusetts. any chance he's been elected so many times in -- >> he's been elected since 1980. you can find video of barney frank saying things that are so -- making obscene gestures to reporters and he keeps getting r
can do is pay for a miracle. >>> harry reid fires back at the tea party -- well, sarah palin, in particular. >> i was going to give a few remarks on the people here a week ago saturday but i couldn't write it all on my hand. i just can't wait to see all those crunchy flakes in action. i hope i get a chance to put two scoops!™ of raisins in some boxes. you know what will really get us in the spirit? ♪ 99 boxes of raisin bran crunch ♪ ♪ if you're nice to me i'll share some with you ♪ ♪ you take one down ( and pass it around ) ♪ ♪ 98 boxes of raisin bran crunch ♪ three tasty ingredients, one great combination. ♪ raisin bran crunch! from kellogg! >>> i want to send my deepest condolences, my thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of workers who lost their lives after explosions took place in a west virginia mine yesterday. at this moment, there's still people missing. there are rescue teams searching tireless and courageously to find them. >> president obama speaking this morning about the tragedy in west virginia. right now rescuers are hoping to get
the democrats expressed frust ration with harry reid comparing it to a long running soap opera. >> as the world turns, this soap opera is never going to end i guess. i want everyone in the senate to know the negotiations that we hear so much about are never going to end. we have to get on this bill. >> reporter: republicans say there is so much to be resolved. >> there is particular concern to hold wall street accountable this could catch little guys in the same net as the big banks. >> for instance, consume procedure text could impose burden on the ordinary credit transactions like buying a car, jewelry or services and imposing federal regulations on any transactions involving more than four installment payments. >> what about the parent trying to spread out payment for their child's braces? will they now have to pay for it all up front? will the orthodontist be willing to expose his or her practice to federal supervision? >> senator dodd disputes that. if you are a business with a loan process out there, that is not your business. you are not covered by the consumer financial protection divis
of the president's priorities. suddenly they decide, nope, we're going to take up immigration next. harry reid decides that he wants to take up the immigration immigration bill. what's going on here? lindsey graham is so infuriated that he's pulled out of the deal. here's the one republican what was really working with the administration on something. he says you're putting it on a back burner for political reasons. >> bob, i deal with economics not politics but i'll say this. senator graham has really been an icon of bipartisan cooperation on two issues: on energy and on immigration where he's written op-eds. he's cooperated with democratic senators towards the kind of comprehensive approaches that we need and we've welcomed that cooperation from senator graham. they are both important. there is no either/or between energy and immigration reform. senator reed for whatever reasons he has will in the senate choose the legislative calendar frankly for our part what's really overwhelmingly important is the financial reform passed as soon as possible as the next step. but i think there has been ev
it looks like they're on the 2 yard line of getting a deal and the next day harry reid is setting up a test to vote. it's a real interesting dynamic. as john was saying, there's been this very partisan dynamic in the senate for so long. they've been saying no to each other for so long, they hardly know how to say yes now. they're very close in the legislation, and in part because the goal of the legislation is one that is so clearly bipartisan. i mean, it all arises out of the financial collapse at the end of 2008. and nobody wants to go back there. so everybody agrees, ok, we need to do something so we don't have another meltdown. and the differences over how to do it are small enough or technical enough -- nobody's going to stand on the floor and say, i'm going to filibuster this to death because this is overseen by one federal agency rather than another. it's just -- >> when you talk senators about it, they say it says should and it should say must. >> right. so they're at this place where republicans are very reluctant to give obama another big legislative victory. make no mistake about
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